Prof. Rigoberto Hernandez Appointed as Phi Beta Kappa Society Visiting Scholar

Each year, top scholars in the liberal arts and sciences are selected to interact with and mentor Phi Beta Kappa students throughout the U.S.

Stefan France and Wendy Kelly Recognized for Mentorship

Two School of Chemistry and Biochemistry professors guide students and colleagues alike in science and career development.

Seth Marder Honored by the Materials Research Society

Regents’ Professor of Chemistry Seth Marder is the straightforward choice for a singular honor, for nonlinear reasons…

Reynolds group featured on ACS Headline Science

Professor John Reynolds and group publish new research discussing their “sunglasses on demand”, a polymer coating developed with the push of a button changes color! This research has been highlighted in the latest episode of ACS Headline Science.

Charlie Liotta: The Man, The Myth, The Legend

On February 26th people from across the country gathered at Georgia Tech to honor Charlie Liotta, Regents Professor Emeritus in the School of Chemistry and Biochemistry, and his 50 years of teaching and research.

Wu wins NSF CAREER Award

School of Chemistry and Biochemistry Assistant Professor Ronghu Wu has been awarded the National Science Foundation’s most prestigious award for early-career faculty.

Colorful and Dynamic Workshops

School of Chemistry and Biochemistry Professor Rigoberto Hernandez and Research Scientist Kyril Solntsev are organizing unique workshops in the mountains.

Seminars & Events

Prof. Eric Baer - Case Western University
Special Seminar - Monday, April 20, 2015 - 4:00pm - MoSE G011
Meeting - Tuesday, April 21, 2015 - 11:00am - MoSE 3201A
Analytical Division Seminar - Wednesday, April 22, 2015 - 4:00pm - MoSE 3201A
Prof. Karen Goldberg - University of Washington
Colloquium - Thursday, April 23, 2015 - 4:00pm - MoSE G011

Featured Research

Article Title
Research Authors
True J. Merrill and Kenneth R. Brown.
Quantum Information and Computation for Chemistry (2014), Vol. 154, 241-294
Miscellaneous Details
This work was supported by the NSF-CCI on Quantum Information for Quantum Chemistry (CHE-1037992) and by IARPA through ARO contract W911NF-10-1-0231.

The control of qubit states is often impeded by systematic control errors. Compensating pulse sequences have emerged as a resource efficient method for quantum error reduction. In this review, we discuss compensating composite pulse methods, and introduce a unifying control-theoretic framework using a dynamic interaction picture. This admits a novel geometric picture where sequences are interpreted as vector paths on the dynamical Lie algebra. Sequences for single-qubit and multi-qubit operations are described with this method.

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